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Kindersley Gen Web Region
Looking through the marsh reed grass growing in the ditch beside the road, there is a harvest drying in bales, and the elevators marking the town of Bruno can be seen some 4 miles distant on the horizon. Marsh reed grass or bluejoint was used by early settlers and the native population to stuff mattresses, or to insulate winter storage pits.
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